Warning Agents for Fuel Gases, by A. C. Fieldner, R. R. Sayers, W. P. Yant, S. H. Katz, J. B. Shohan, and R. D. Leitch, Issue 4
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Present interest in warning agents for fuel gases
Determining warning intensities and warning
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